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SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COOLEY TO ADDRESS MEETING;
EXHIBITS AND PAMPHLETS WILL
FEATURE FOREST WEEK PLANS

1I IIOiLE STATE ' TO JOIN
IN ISISEMINATING
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catalogued and described for the in-
formation of the observers. I
The state of Michigan is planning
a more general observance of Ame-
rican Forest week than ever before,
accord ng to reports from the chair-

Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of the
College of Engineering and Architec-
ture, will deliver a lecture on the
subject "Forestry from an Engineer's
Viewpoint" at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday
in Natural Science auditorium as part
of the local observation of National
Forest Week. The lecture is under
the auspices of the Forestry club of
the University, and the public is cor-
dially invited to attend.' Following
the speech, there will be a movie
showing forestry methods and the
varying uses of finished lumber in all
industries.
Dean Cooley has been interested
for many years in the problems of
conservation and forestation. It is
his stand that the engineers of the
country must come .to understand the
part that timber plays in their pro-
fession, and must cooperate and lend
their best efforts to the problems of
conserving and renewing the timber
stock of the United States.
Coincident with this open lecture,
there are nady other activities being
carried on by the Forestry club, the,
members of the forestry faculty, and
others interested in forestry and its
problems. The forestry department
of the Univesity cooperating with the
extension service- has distributed
hundreds of sets of pamphlets and
printed material dealing with the
problems of forestry, especially as
these facts have to do with the state
of Michigan. The forestry classes are
to take part in the observance by dis-
cussing in their classes the problems
that are before the foresters of the
United States at the present time.
An, exhibit has been placed in
Wahr's bookstore window by the
Forestry club. The center of this
exhibit is a huge log, and observers
are asked to guess the age of the log
and, compete for a prize to the per-1
sons making the nearest estimate.
Around this log there are pictures of
forests in the state of Michigan,
charts which deal with the figures of
waste land and timbered land, ex-
hibits of finished lumber manufactured
in the state and examples of the dif-
ferent kinds of lumber used in manu-
facture in the state during the past;
year. Along with all of these thingsI
there are also examples of the signs
and placards that the Forest service
of the United States department has
placed in all of the fotests of the
state to guard against fire, waste and
depredation.
Tomorrowlr uwill be placed in
the library anaexhibit made up of
photographs, taken. by the photo-
graphers of the forestry department,
illustrating various phases of for-
entry work and practice, and exhibits
explanatory of the different kinds of
research that .are being carried on in
the forestry department laboratories,
dealing wital tree diseases, pests
and other things that destroy forests
and impede hteir healthy growth.
All of the exhibits will be completely

ADVERTISING MEN1 Editorial In Alumnus Casts Approval IGEOLOGY COURSES WILL I
OF DETROIT FIRM T T-I DE OFFERED IN EUROPE
WILL SPEAK HERE Upon Proposed U niversity College Unit
_____ _____ ____Field courses in European geology
will be offered during July and Aug-
According to an announcement by Somewhat qualified approval is cast lege course, since the student often ust by the American Institute of Ed-
Prof. C. N. Schmalz of the school of upon the proposed University college tends to content himself with a cer- ucational Travel. The purpose of the
business admuinistrati n, R. F. Field system of organization at Michigan tificate for that length of time or course is to enable students to study
and G. 0. Leonard of the Campbell- sse fognzto tMcia td
-by an editorial in the latest issue of enter immediately upon professional classical areas of European geology
Ewald company of Detroit, one of the Michigan Alumnus. Pointing outstudyand at the same time to derive the
leading advertising concerns in the tThmptuaa fe
country, will address students in ad- the substance of the article by Prof. The editoril comments upon Profes- eucationai advantages of directed tra-
George II. Palmer of Harvard col-' sor Palmer's objections that "there is vel through historic parts of Europe.
vertising and all others interested at=
4 4:15 o'clock on Tuesday, in room 206 lege in the Atlantic Monthly for April, only one thing inherent in the new Professor Arthur Bevan, of the geology
as material which should be carefully plan which will work toward a pre- department of the University of Illi-
Tappan hallconsidered before taking action the mature end of the college tourse. That nois will have charge of the tour.
Mr. Field, son of the late Eugene writer concludes, however, that the S the lack of ability of the student
Field, was responsible for the adver-Harvard professor's arguments are not himseif. It must be recognized as an COLUMIIA.-The men's glee club
sln cmpan of YounstownK ,Oh-o, so serious as to prevent a trial of the essential part of the plan that all coin- made a tour of Canada Easter week.
zel company of Youngstown, Ohio, plan petent a proery preared stu-
which won the Harvard Advertising Professor Palmer's argument dents will have every encouragement
aard for 1926. ..against the junior college, a sy<tem to go on and to take their literary or
.Mr. Leonard will talk on the dvi- which may be compared to that pro-' professional degree."'T'h 1N'11, T
sion of labor and the specialzed de- posed here, is based upon the fact! An appeal is made in a special ar- ThIih
partments of large advertising agen- that under the present system of four-jtitle*elsewhere in the issue to all un-
cies. lu llea dingiyerdr prsnsytmtlecsweeiueu- Club Cl.assic
ls. , i eaEyear literary school training there is dergraduates and former students to
"Ho to Ser a ni a tendency for a type of "amateur send in any historical material they
How to Secure a Teaching Posi-' scholar" to grow up and interest him- may have on the University to the gen-
n self in matters of general culture fol- oral library. An attempt is being made
given by Prof. James B. Edmonson, low ng his graduation, rather than to by an alumni committee to collect all
of the School of Education, at 7 o'clock engage in the professions. "1Michigania" available in order that
tomorrow night in room 304 of the Un- This group, he fears, will disappear I more complete records of the his-
ion. The talk by Professor Edmon- with the growth of the two-year col- tory of the university may be had.
son will be the feature of the weeklyw ,_ or t u sy y

ILI:sNOIS.-Eighty-seven A.B. de-
grees have been awarded to niel inl
agriculture, floriculture, home econo-
mics, and landscape.
Anyone interested in at-
I tending a summer camp for
college men in the COL-
ORADO ROCKIES call
EARL MILES
Phone 8671

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meeting of the Men's Educational
club. J. D. Cooper, president of the
organization has extended an invita-
tion to all men interested in educa-
J)ean7I Wortimer E. Cooley tion to attend the meeting.
man of the state committee. Luncheon JILINOIS..-.More than 187,000 laun-
clubs, chambers of commerce, j dry bags were handled by the post
women's clubs, civic organizations, office last year.
campfire giyls, boy scouts, public and
parochial schools and other organiza-
tions are planning observance of the
week on a more or less elaborate REVOLUTION
scale.
The forest service of the state, j at
through the supervisors of the Mich- CHUBB HOUSE
igan National Forest, with headquar-1
their literature aid in their appeals We have remodeled
the necessity for reforestation in the, the interior-
s'ate of Michigan. Their reports showI
that there are over eleven million We have brought the
acres of land in Michigan that are kitchen up to date.
lying idle with no growth, either of
timber or. farm produce. We have established
In their reports they are also em- 4
phasizing the fact that forests arei the finest restaurant in
more thin timber and that the im- Ann Arbor.
portance of forests cannot be measur-
ed alone by the amount of timber thatj
they produce. Eat your next meal

TO A FAMILY WHO WANTS
A HOME
Quite frequently you find a man who has really solved the
home-buliding problem. Ask him about it and he will probably tell
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fact, is glad he didn't.
What he actually found was that, with the aid of a little
ingenious planning and sound advice from the right people, he was
able to evolve a compact, efficient plan for an attractive, comfortable,
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waiting should he ever want to sell and build again.
This experience can be duplicated by many builders in 1927. IfI
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you.
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Wed. Mat. 50c$1.50
Sat. Mat. 50c-$2.00

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Sunday Iat.
April 24

Schubert -Lafayette

Pop. Prices
Niglts
2;k to $1.00
Cadillac 8705

Lafayette at Shelby St. Opposite Postoffice

Second
Week
Beginning
Mon., April 15

Woodward at Eliot
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NIGHTS
75c to $1.50
MATINEES
Tues., Thurs.
Sat. 500.75c

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By Williard Mack

EVENINGS

By George Kelly, Author of "Craig's Wife"
and "The Show Off"

UTTLE'S LUNCH

FIRST TIME IN DETROIT

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>dicate the
-iters
but not
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Sunday Matinees
Best Seats 50c

Thurs. and Sat. Mats.

25c, 50c, 75c

Alexander Woolcott in the New York World said:
"'Daisy Mayme' contains the finest work Kelly has done
for the stage. I know no writer for the American stage ,who
can so get everyday life into his plays."

Lunches - Dinners - Chops - Steaks

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WHITNEY THEATRE, ANN ARBOR, TWO DAYS, SATURDAY and SUNDAY, April 30, May I.

One Matinee Sunday Only, 2:30
Two Nights at 8:15

PRICES-Nights 50c, 75c, $1.10, $1.65. Mat
Last Time Here with Touring Company Carrying Large

ts 50c, 75c and $1.10.

Tax Included.

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as Shown in the Present Record Breaking Run in New York.

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